Monday, September 21, 2020
Snag Tights has announced the winner of their ‘Snag Queens’ competition ran in partnership with British drag star Sum Ting Wong.

Retail Gazette Loves: Snag Tights’ first ever global ambassador

Snag Tights has announced the winner of the Snag Queens competition.
Following the rise of cycling during lockdown Carnaby has opened its free bike hub. It operates on an open door policy from 7am – 9pm Monday to Sunday with availability for 50 bikes in newly fitted double stacked racks.

Retail Gazette Loves: Carnaby Street’s free bike hub

Carnaby has opened its own bike hub for members of the public to use for free from Monday to Sunday, 7am – 9pm.
The tailoring retailer Skopes has launched its first sustainably-sourced suit collections made from recycled plastic bottles. Each suit is made from at least 45 recycled plastic bottles that would otherwise go to landfill.

Retail Gazette Loves: Skopes’ suits made from plastic bottles

The tailoring retailer Skopes has launched its first sustainably-sourced suit collections made from recycled plastic bottles.
Cath Kidston releases a new Shopper bag where a 20% donation from each bag will go towards supporting The Prince’s Trust Women Supporting Women Initiative.

Retail Gazette Loves: Cath Kidston supporting The Prince’s Trust

Cath Kidston supports The Prince’s Trust Women Supporting Women Initiative with its new Shopper Bag, donating 20% of profits.
Westfield London launches its outdoor entertainment space featuring a cinema & bar, letting visitors socialise safely.

Retail Gazette Loves: Westfield’s social distanced outdoor bar & cinema

Westfield London has launched a new outdoor entertainment space to help drive footfall and to provide space for visitors.
The Yards Covent Garden has revealed a new range of art installations to mark the launch of a new campaign, The Yards & The Bees to welcome back visitors to Covent Garden.

Retail Gazette Loves: Covent Garden’s new art installation to drive footfall

The Yards & The Bees art installation in Covent Garden arms to welcome back shoppers as stores exit lockdown.
Superdrug is pledging to take a stand against cyberbullying in partnership with anti-bullying charity Ditch the Label and will be actively responding to any negative comments and encouraging users to spread positivity and #BeKind online.

Retail Gazette Loves: Superdrug’s new initiative to combat cyberbullying

Superdrug announces a new partnership with anti-bullying charity Ditch the Label to combat cyber bullying.
Snag Tights has collaborated with UK Drag Race Star Sum Ting Wong to find the brands first global ambassador - which is open to any member of the public, regardless of age, gender, dress size or ability.

Retail Gazette Loves: Snag Tights enlists Sum Ting Wong to find global ambassador

Size-inclusive hosiery retailer Snag Tights has launched a search for a "Snag Queen".
Asda has donated the equivalent of more than 800,000 meals since March 1st to charities and community groups across the UK supporting people affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

Retail Gazette Loves: Asda donates 800,000 meals to those in need amid Covid19

Asda donates the equivalent of more than 800,000 meals to charities and community groups across the UK amid the Covid19 outbreak.
Debehams is celebrating fathers who have been working to helpeveryone through lockdown with a campaign featuring Debenhams workers (and dads) praising their loved ones’ efforts and how they plan to show they care.

Retail Gazette Loves: Debenhams “my dad my hero” campaign

Debenhams is celebrating fathers who have been working to help everyone through lockdown

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